My gramma’s dog is a bit neurotic, and it’s better for everyone involved if she gets her allergy shots at home instead of taking her to the clinic for them. On the occasions that I have taken her, she spent the next couple days moping around, not eating, pottying in the hall, and giving me the evil eye.
I’m not the only one either - dozens of our clients get their pets’ allergy shots dispensed instead of bringing their pet to the clinic.
My question here is: What would likely happen if I got pulled over with Libby’s allergy shot sitting right there in plain sight on the front seat of the car?
Is the average officer going to believe that it’s a shot for an animal, or would they assume it was drugs and haul me off right then and there, asking questions later?
Wouldn’t the fact that I obviously made no attempt to hide the syringe add credit to my claim?
Should I start hiding the syringe in the glove compartment or something? On the off chance that an officer wants to search my car, wouldn’t finding a full syringe that appeared to have been stashed away on purpose raise even more suspicion?